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After Effects is one of the best tools that supercharges the post-production process of video editing. And using After Effects templates is a secret trick most video editors use to make great videos. If you're still not using After Effects templates, you're missing out on some of the best uses of the software. We rounded […]
How does a company react to changing market conditions and buyer behavior if they've got really old legacy software? What will it cost to "transform"? How do we get there and who's in charge? Covid-19 brought about the largest disruption of business activity since the great depression but you know that. How organizations reacted to it will keep the faculty at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business busy writing books for many years to come. OK, let's also mention faculties from the Harvard Business School, the Yale School of Management, the Stanford Graduate School of Business and the rest of academe. For the moment we seem to be entering into a post Covid-19 era and academe can't wait!
Git was released almost 15 years ago. In that time it has gone from underdog to unbeaten champion, git init is often the first command run on a new project. It is undoubtedly an important tool that many of us use on a daily basis… and yet it is often seen as magic: brilliant, but scary. There's been a lot written about getting started with git, understanding how git works under the hood or techniques for better branching strategies.
Structured data (sometimes called "Schema" or "microdata") has emerged as an important part of SEO strategy. Search engines are making use of this information to enhance listings and provide users... The post 7 Plugins for Adding Structured Data to Your WordPress Website appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
Earlier this year, Elastic reignited the open-source licensing debate when it announced it would be changing its license model to better protect its open-source code. Over the last couple of years, a number of companies -- including Redis Labs, MongoDB, Cockroach Labs, and Confluent -- have been switching their open-source licenses to avoid what they … continue reading The post The battle of open-source licenses appeared first on SD Times.
We live in an era where most companies have an app or a website representing themselves in the online sphere. It's a wonderful opportunity for the bulk of companies to really find a way to show off their company and express their identity. However, the flip side of this is that there is a lot of competition and with people becoming more and more familiar with good design and slick interface, there's a lot of pressure on you to work extra hard to get your website or app noticed. It's not as simple as doing a reasonable job. You have … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
According to several popular reports around the web, it seems like GitHub is having internal issues about the direction in which the company should go forward. This news comes shortly after the famed open letter, which addressed the manner in which GitHub has been treating the non-premium projects hosted through it. The debate seems to revolve around two heads: on one hand, the upper management of GitHub is keen on focusing more on enterprise contracts, whereas there are some at GitHub who wish to develop the service to make it more suited for the average developers and coders around the world. Of course, if either side wins the argument, it will mean a gigantic policy change for GitHub. Looking solely at the enterprise clientele would mean GitHub might lose out on its apex position as the developers' best friend, whereas targeting less of enterprise and more of development would mean GitHub might face profitability issues somewhere down the line. It is also worth noting that GitHub has, so far, been profitable by offering solutions for enterprise clients, whereas keeping its services free for the average user. Viewing these reports in the light of the recent open letter written by GitHub […]* You might also be interested in the following articlesGitHub’s 2016 Events Calendar is OutTwo Fresh Solutions for Code Display in WordPressWeb Developer Checklist and Userium: 2 Useful Helpers for Oblivious…Typeplate: Starterkit Cares For Decent Typography –…Powerange and Switchery: HTML5 Switches and Sliders in Flat DesignToolbar.js for jQuery and Bootstrap: Flexible Toolbars in iOS Style
Spotify has announced several changes to the company's developer platform that are intended to help streamline the process of building third-party applications that leverage the media company's resources. These updates include two new development modes and a significant update to the Spotify Developer Policy.
If you're a teacher, you've likely heard about all the ways technology can support you in the classroom. Whether it's tablets and smart boards or the internet and social media, technology influences the modern classroom in too many ways to count. But most teachers don't get a manual that shows them how to effectively use...
We have some beautifully designed and inspiring examples of brand presentation -- logos, business cards, stationery items, and many more other items. The post 25 Beautifully Designed Examples of Brand Presentation appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
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